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Action and Adventure, Animation, Family
Bringing to life the much-loved story by British poet Ted Hughes, The Iron Giant takes place in a quiet American town in the 1960s. The tale begins when a young boy named Hogarth follows a trail of huge footprints leading from his house into the woods - and finds an iron giant from space! Instantly the two form a firm friendship, and when the army try and destroy this enormous visitor, Hogarth does everything he can to protect his giant pal. Beautifully animated, this is a film with lots of wit and a huge amount of heart.
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A film guide that looks at E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Teach your students about the ins-and-outs of classic films from the Must See Movies Before You Grow Up list!
A film guide that looks at The Iron Giant (1999), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at WALL-E (2008), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
12 year-old Xan has raised a cheetah called Duma since it was a cub. Now Xan must set off alone to return him to the wilds of the Kalahari desert.
5–11 years 100 mins
In this bright and colourful animated fairy tale, two childhood friends are reunited as adults by a thrilling quest.
7–11 years 99 mins
This heart-warming family favourite about an alien stranded all alone on earth contains some of the most magical scenes in movie history.
All ages 115 mins
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We take a look at the new live-action version of Pete's Dragon, and the many films that feature unique bonds between children and strange creatures.
Reading time 7 mins
Watching and discussing film helps develop emotional understanding, while participating in filmmaking can provide a powerful means of self expression.
A film list that explores the history of hand-drawn animation.
No. of films13
A diverse selection of films that celebrate the importance of friendship across ages and generations.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films32
A selection of films based on classic books and plays frequently studied in the classroom, including titles suitable for all age groups.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films44
A film list that explores films intended to persuade or influence an audience.
No. of films19
A film list that explores how interpretation and translation are represented in film.
No. of films20
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